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By way of a Q&A, I will be giving away an ebook copy
of my newest release,
put out by Ruby Lioness Press. Follow the rules on the link and I will be one of the questions in the bottom half. The information below should help you find your answer.... Good Luck :)
If you could get a Second Chance...
When the love of Dana's life leaves without a word, she is forced to move on with her life. Despite loving him, she believes she will never see him again but, little does she know, she's being set up for a night that will change her life forever.
Nicholas, A Navy man, did the only thing he could to save the woman he loved. Driven by a secret, he disappeared and now returns, years later, with hope for love. With one opportunity, will he be able to make things right, or is it just too late? Will she deny any desire for Second Chances?
~ ~ I've also included an excerpt that you might find important to read :)
He knew she was gone before he even opened his eyes or moved his hand over where she had slept.
“Damn it.” He pounded his fist into his pillow. “This is not how I meant for this to work out.”
He slowly turned over, squinting as he remembered they’d never got the shades shut before they hit the bed. The covers were all gone from his bed, too. Good thing no one could see in his windows.
He rolled out of bed to grab his T-shirt from the chair where he’d left it yesterday after his workout, but it wasn’t there. It made him laugh. He’d bet money she wore it home just like she used to when they were dating. Otherwise, she’d have been running around his house naked, looking for her clothes. He gave an agonized grunt, wishing he’d have been awake to see that. But then, if he’d been awake, he wouldn’t have let her leave. He could picture it so clearly, waking up to her every morning and watching her climb from his bed—no, their bed—naked to take a shower before she rushed to get their kids ready for the day. Ugh.
“Damn it, stop torturing yourself. She left in the middle of the night and didn’t wake you. What does that tell you?”
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